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of his defense of that claim, karl? >> i thought it was ludicrous. the president said if you like your doctor you can keep your doctor period. he didn't say you will have to pay a lot more to keep your doctor unmy plan. frankly from the very beginning, one of the principle assumptions of obamacare is, that there are too many choices. that people have too many choices when it comes to ininsurance policies. so let's make them all look-alike. and you have too many choices when it comes to doctors and providers. so let's do thing in the design of the law that necessarily limit the number of providers and number of doctors you will have access to. that necessarily means the president was absolutely lying when he said if you like your doctor you can keep your doctor. bill: full-throated defense, karl. people aren't stupid. wallace said the president guaranteed me i could keep my doctor. emanuel said, if you want to, you can pay for it. >> exactly. you can have anything you want as you come up with the jack for it. look, this is why i'm amazed, first of all they try to defend it. the presiden
this again. don't do this again. and then, of course, defense, nasa, nih, transportation, whoever, is also begging, please don't put that sequester in. you are going to eviscerate our ability to provide for whatever our particular department provides. including the department of defense. >> exactly. well, and especially when you look at how arbitrary many of the cuts have been. senator bill nelson, i know it's a busy time on the hill. thanks for joining us. >> thanks, ari. >> i want to go to our panel. we have from washington dana milbank, political columnist for the "washington post" and peri bacon, grio.com. dana, talk to us about the politics in the optics here. you just heard the senator standing basically arm in arm with the president on this issue of unemployment insurance. and him making the economic argument, as well, that, look, things are getting better. but people need time. they need a bridge to get out there and find some of the new jobs that may be appearing. what do you make of the politics of republicans actually standing firm against unemployment insurance? >> well, first
creation of an air defense identification zone on november 23. it is china's right to create such a zone. it is not a no-fly zone. it is not a zone in which the chinese are necessarily threatening to use force, but it is a zone in which traffic is monitored. thishinese announced basically by attaching some conditions to it. the international aircraft flying into the zone would identify their planes, their path. it was mandatory notification. air defense zones generally speaking did not require mandatory identification unless you are going to the country which has created his own. it was not the creation of the zone that created the problem. it was the conditions the chinese attached to that zone, the mandatory character of them. particular,tates in but other countries, this is a highly traveled air corridor. the fact there were conditions attached to it was very bothersome. the other thing is the chinese created this air defense zone that included airspace over contested islands with japan. inally the modus operandi creating these zones is to negotiate where you have overlapped or contes
joe biden on tuesday voicing concern over china's aggressive new air defense identification zone in the east china sea. the comments came during his week-long trip to the region, which included more than five hours of face-to-face meetings with chinese president who showed no sign of trying to control the senkaku islands. let's give viewers a chance of why americans should care over this dispute of islands in the east china sea. >> it looks as though that area of the country is becoming destabilized. you have china's intention with not only japan but the countries in the south china see, indonesia, the philippines, and they are using their muscle to try to push their higeminy over the waters and they are going to push back. and so you've got a very tense situation down there and historically in the post war period, the united states has, shall we say, had the back of countries like japan and south korea. and at this moment, they literally are explicitly doubting that. that's why vice president biden had to go out there and say that. i have no recollection, paul, of a u.s. adminis
advertising category. it's for a company called daniel defense. it ran this commercial last year regionally in atlanta. you won't see it this year at the super bowl. i wonder why. watch. >> in my family safety is my highest priority. i am responsible for their protection. and no one has the right to tell me how to defend them. so i've chosen the most effective tool for the job. >> daniel defense. defending your nation, defending your home. >> that gun is in the spot and that print u about it's nowhere else. but that is their logo. >> what they have offered is said we'll get rid of the gun and just put an american flag instead. >> has that been accepted? >> no. still won't go for that. >> it's not fox turning it down. it's fox in the nfl has told to us turn it down. >> according to a statement from fox, the daniel defense quote here, unfortunately we can not accept your commercial in football super bowl spots due to the rules. the nfl itself set into place for your company's category. so certainly they feel like they're tied behind their back. but these regulations are preventing this commer
systems, with contractors, with high-ranking officials. different things within the defense department are usually cordoned off in situations like this. it is easy to chop the number of troops, easy to chop benefits. the one upside here is the pentagon is finally talking about long-term cost savings. they haven't had to. we're in a new environment. $17 trillion in debt. we've got to be more smart about how we spend pentagon dollars. but looking to commissaries as a place to start is the wrong place to start. let's look at everything but let's look at auditing the pentagon, finding the fat within the budget. let's look at the way we acquire weapons systems. there's billions in overruns and decades in delays in weapons systems. let's look at that before we look at military benefits and pay. >> i'm reading a third of the employees at these commissaries are military spouses. 30%. >> yes. >> that's another level of hits. >> these are community centers in many ways. the commissaries, the p.x.'s are the places where military families shop for a lot of different goods, where families work. if
neighbors by creating an air defense identification zone that extends over japan's senkaku islands which china claims as its territory. what is the u.s. saying about it? >> we the united states are deeply concerned by the attempt to unilaterally change the status quo in the east china sea. >> let's bring in john hunltsman, the former ambassador to china he will served during the first two years of the obama administration. mr. ambassador, mr. governor, thank you. vice president's language specifically chosen, deeply concerned. is that strong enough? >> well, i think that's appropriate terminology. it was spoken in tokyo where coordinating a lot of what goes on in the region with our ally, japan, and also with korea to some extent is absolutely critical at this point. and the language used was appropriate given the circumstances. now it will all play out in beijing as he meets with the new leader of china who he got to know on a personal level when they were vice presidents together. she served as vice president before becoming president of china. so they have a preexisting relationship.
of the deficits be cut and there is a debate right now as you know between education defense and for her, unemployment benefits is important. we need to pass the budget either way. whether this is included or not. >> one wayr the other you are right about that. but i wasn't joking about the good quality and the fact that republicans and democrats respect you. it is still the hatfield and mccoy's in washington and i'm wondering how this president is a good example of that. will this be the way it's going to be for the next three years? the president is a friend of yours, does it come up like health care is a disaster, it might get better and it might not, but we have a lot of people paying a lot more with premiums and we have 5 million fewer with insurance and when this thing started. so this is what it's going to be. three years of this. >>wo different points he made. one is can they get together to do a budget plan. i think that they are both well-respected and smart. and i think that they can split the difference and come in at a couple hured million over the next two years and get rid
organizations. they turn to groups funded by the tides foundation. mexican-american legal defense fund, latino justice. all of the demonstrated organizations with hostility toward immigration law are now the source of dozens of new lawyers inside the department of homeland security. this administration knows the personnel policy. if you don't want laws enforced go hire lawyers who don't like immigration laws. >> be specific. can you name names? >> we do. the article names dozens of lawyers with their photographs that we obtained the biographical information for. let's talk about two. the first the jennifer lee. jennifer lee came from an organization that was militantly open borders. when she was there they published a pamphlet to give to illegals entitled "what to do in the event of a raid" and it gave advice to people here illegally how to behave if they come calling. now jennifer lee is working at drk hs. this organization was hostile to dhs as a source of new employees. there is an attorney named maura wee. she worked for the aclu immigrant rights project. when she was there she wrote conde
with regularity. with the exception of public calendars, there are standing meetings for the secretary of defense, state, and the treasury this president has, but he meets with other secretaries in one on ones and small groups all the time. i would note that those calendars may never show a meeting i have with the president. i had to yesterday. that is how it works. >> a final question on nelson mandela. what people will be thinking about, when we consider the life of nelson mandela and the challenges that exist in our own country, what lessons can washington learn? i know you had conversations in the white house and what you think the message we can learn is. >> i think the president put it very well yesterday in the remarks he made when he was in south africa earlier this year about the remarkable example that nelson mandela set when he was released from prison and made clear that he would embrace those the jail him, and he would seek those to help build a south africa that judged every person by his or her character and not by his or her skin color. i think that spirit of reconciliation that t
are worried about the readiness of the defense budget i think if you cut this deal you will see it get through the finish line. it will just be bought till between the deal and the completion of those votes. dagen: please come back soon. be well. dagen: thank you. connell: 52% think they will scale back the bond buying program in 2014. nine out of 10 believe the purchases will slow next year, these numbers are according to the latest survey. with more, chief equity strategist. it is always good to see you. is the big market question. before we talk about where people should be putting their money and everything else, what is your take on feds tapering and the timing of it? >> sooner rather than later. the economic releases we have been receiving to include employment report last friday certainly point in the direction the one remaining element they could complain about his inflation is below the target, so that could cause a pause behind the december meeting. but they may even finish during the course of 2014, that would be great news. connell: we did the phrase of how everybody is data depend
: fwragraham pleaded guilty. her defense team hopes to keep her free admitting her story change over time but that the situation was self-defense. they were arguing when the newlyweds struggles. he grabbed her and she fought back. this morning, jury selection begin. will they decide she's a calculating killer or a innocent young bride. for "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, missoula, montana. >> more from dan abrams. now it will get started. what do you expect opening statements from both sides? >> the prosecution is going to say, her story doesn't make sense. they'll focus on what she did afterwards. they have a lot of evidence that she was engaged in a coverup. she wasn't telling the truth, et cetera. they'll point out specifics. some of the text messages. an hour and a half after her husband died, she's texting about dance moves. the defense will try to put the police on trial. they're going to say they have not gibb accurate accounts of what she said. they'll foe downs legal standard a lot. you're talking about the intent to kill somebody. for first or second-degree murder,
. there is no generic competition to speak of but the reality is this is a very defensive business and a growing business much as a lot of other pharmaceutical companies are. people care for their pets like they are members of the family and they will spend on them and we believe this is a growth stock and we think we can do well with it. liz: in good times and bad. or call up 175% over the past year yet use still believe that this one has some glucose left in its blood. >> oracle is incredibly cheap. if you take a look at the valuations this is a stock that has -- liz: up tea of about 11. >> cash flows are enormous, balance sheet is foreseen as tremendous amounts of cash. you will see a significant push of return of capital to shareholders in coming years and it is still growing. this is a stock that trades with the multiple for a company that is not going on and that is not the case. they will have some success in the cloud and it will be a big catalyst. liz: a little bit of a dividend, 1.9% but what gets you excited about this? >> this is a utility stock but unlike your average utility don't
by daniel defense focuses on scenes of personal protection and fundamental rights. it says it violates advertising rules which say firearms are prohibited. stores with firearms and ammunition will be permitted if they sell other items they don't advertise firearms ammunition. owners say they would change the ads. they say the denial was unofficial. >> cyber monday will be bigger than ever with deals from the stores all of the way to the sky. we have the latest. >> black friday isn't the only thing that started early. we are only a few hours into cyber monday. but many are in to cyber monday sales and continue to roll them out all week. the festivities kickoff including lightening dpeels every 10 minutes including standing discounts like 50 percent off dvd's and toys. they have week long deals like buy one get one 60 percent off plus free shipping for men's women's and kid's closing. toys r' us went further launching the cyber monday deals on saturday. through out the week all purchases over $49 get free shipping and special deals including buy one get one-half off. or in some cases buy
behind bars. it took 25 years but dna evidence finally reveals what morton's defense attorneys always believed to be true, that morton was innocent. >> i don't keep the files of all the cases i have tried. i kept michael's file. michael's case was different. on almost every level, particularly emotional level with me. you can't afford to -- when you try criminal cases, you have to leave a little bit of your own blood on the floor in front of the jury or they will see through you. but you can't afford to carry it around with you for very long. but i did with michael. and it really got me down. >> with the help of the innocence project and a team of local pro bono lawyers, michael martin, look at that, was finally exonerated. he and his attorney are now good friends. we are talking about this incredible moment. you met michael morton in 2005? >> yes, ma'am. >> you ultimately got the news you all wanted seven years later? >> june, 2011, we filed a motion for dna testing in february, 2005. >> it took that many years? >> i was really surprised by the degree of opposition we faced. we were
't play defense, but this guy is really good. no. 2 wildcats win 79-58 over texas tech. gordon got guys. get one better. took on d man and the goalie and scores the winner free, too. no. 2, air ball avery bradley from behind the back board. yes, the celtics beat the bucks, and the no. 1 play. you thought kidd was great. this is nick of the blue jacket ts, and he was even better. through his leg. he scores the only goal of the game. have another look. over tampa bay. phenomenal goal to win it. beautiful. ken, we'll be right back. ,, our next newscast is tomorr ing at 4-30. >>> letterman is next with james franco,palo alto's native son. >> there you go. our next news cast tomorrow morning at 4:30. see you then. ( band playing "late show" theme ) >> from the heart of broadway, broadcasting across the nation and around the world, it's the "late show" with david letterman. tonight... plus paul shaffer and the cbs orchestra. i'm alan kalter. and now, the mayor of funkytown, david letterman! captioning sponsored by worldwide pants and cbs ( band playing "late show" theme ) ( cheers and applaus
check in with aaron gordon in arizona. texas tech doesn't play defense, but this guy is really good. no. 2 wildcats win 79-58 over texas tech. gordon got guys. get one better. took on d man and the goalie and scores the winner free, too. no. 2, air ball avery bradley from behind the back board. yes, the celtics beat the bucks, and the no. 1 play. you thought kidd was great. this is nick of the blue jacket ts, and he was even better. through his leg. he scores the only goal of the game. have another look. over tampa bay. phenomenal goal to ,,,,,,,,,,,,
to take pre-emptive nuclear reaction in its own self-defense. i don't know what the israelis are going to do, but no one should think this agreement is fundamentally going to change anything. >> six months and counting and we'll stay on it almost every sunday at this time. good to see you. thank you. >> thank you. >> ambassador, thank you so much. >> heads may be starting to roll in the wake of the disast rg rollout of obama care. a top maryland official in charge of that state's obama care exchange is reportedly resigning now. and this would be the first official to lose a job in light of the troubles surrounding the insurance exchanges. national correspondent steve sun somy joins me now from washington with more on the story. >> not only the federal obama care website that had its difficulties. some sof the state-run exchanges got off to a rocky start. rebecca pearce resigned friday. according to our affiliate in baltimore, some are suggesting she was forced out of office after two years on the job. in maryland, they signed up just over 3,000 people by november 23rd, and about a week
. charlie d'agata, cbs news, london. >>> secretary of defense chuck hagel was in pakistan this morning. he met with leaders to talk about security. it's his first visit in almost four years. yesterday he was in afghanistan where he spoke with margaret brennan. he asked if the u.s. will pull troops out of afghanistan if president karzai doesn't sign a security pact allowing them to stay until 2014. >> it's a very real possibility because if we don't have a bilateral security agreement which i've noted, that means we can't protect our forces that would be here at 2014. no international partners will come. afghanistan essentially will be alone. but we have no other option. >> american people look at this, all the blood, all the treasure. they hear things that hamid karzai says, adding new demands before he sign this security agreement, just a refusal to comply. why can't americans look at that and say it's just not worth it? >> i think that is a legitimate question, that we should ask that question, is it worth it or not worth it. it needs to be asked. especially in a representative governmen
in ways that are problematic. host: what would you cut the besides defense? guest: revenues that we have lost that would otherwise should take in. other than defense, there is waste and inefficiencies in a wide range of domestic spending programs. i am willing to take a look at almost everything. i think the demonization of social security and medicaid are inappropriate. they are not responsible for the deficit problem we have right now. ronald reagan in a debate with walter mondo and clear social security has nothing to do with the deficit. it was true then and it is true now. att in plano, texas. caller: thank you for taking my call. food stamps is not one of the areas that needs to be cut. it is only $80 billion a year. is nothing. the area of the budget that needs to be cut are medicare and social security. those are the largest areas of the budget. he onlythe budget -- t way you get to a sound budget going forward, you have to be willing to cut the areas where we spent the most. anst: the caller makes important observation. we have to take a look at health care expenditures in this
action on this. i don't have anything to add to that. >> reid put the white house on defense over the position to exempt some of the staff from enrolling in the d.c. exchange because their current plans on capitol hill are more generous. >> isn't that hypocritical for somebody -- >> i direct you to senator reid's office. >> why shouldn't they sign up like everyone else? >> i haven't seen that. >> my health insurance premiums are going to double. my co pays and deductibles dr tripled. i'm thrilled to death as a you can tell. >> this time doing an interview with chris matthews with an audience of student at american university. >> he made promises during the campaign he hasn't been able to keep. >> we caught up with students at american university today including matthew, a freshman who says disappointment extends beyond health care. >> the disappointments of our generation. when i graduate i want a job in the marketplace. the way the president is enacting policy, i don't think that's become a reality. >> even one student who defended the president has bad news for the white house c
as it took in defense of his principles and as he said on a number of occasions, i'm ready to give my life forewhat i believe in. and he triumphed. >> world leaders have been paying tribute including pope francis, who in a telegram writes, since his death was announced there's been celebration and vigils and services in mandela's honor and hundreds filled the streets. the crowd filled with people of all ages and races wanting to pay respects to mandiba. one released a white glove in memory. michelle kosinski joins me live. describe what you're seeing throughout the day and night. how do you put it in words? >> reporter: it's tough. emotional and unified is a good way to describe it. even when you look into this crowd this is just one little segment you're seeing, everybody is taking a peek in the camera. the incredible diversity you see in our one live shot. when you walk through the crowd, you see much more. all races, all faiths. it's a big crowd, hundreds of people at every moment throughout today and there was always dancing and singing without ceasing. it's completely orderly and very
school product taiwan jones returns to the raiders backfield from special teams and defensive back. raiders a little thin there. darren mcfadden and stewart are hurt. jennings has been battling concussion so jones is the next man up. >> back home, man, back home where he should have never left. temporarily probably but we got confidence in taiwan. >> we're like the last of the mohicans here. good to have him back and running around. i'm looking forward to seeing him make plays again. >>> all right. in this push button world are you amazed by these sports statistics? just constantly updated as soon as the player crosses the goal line a batted ball finds a hole for a hit a goal scored golf shot hit from some event halfway around the world? what's behind that? a room filled with startup company reps at s.a.p. in palo alto. a silicon valley forum designed for sports and technology and they were hanging on every word or should i say stat from a fella named steven bird. sports fans are tied to him indirectly. you cannot enjoy the nfl, nba, major league baseball, without his company. the
unexpected come to his defense. congressman tom cotton. it all started after he released this ad on his face. >> i'm not ashamed to say that i believe in god and i believe in his word. the bible teaches us no one has all the answers. only god does. neither political party is always right. this is my compass. my north star. it gives me comfort and guidance to do what's best for arkansas. i'm mark pryor and i approved this message because this is who i am and what i believe. >> the national republican senatorial committee attacked pryor for the ad, noting that last year he said the bible is really not a rule book for political issues. the committee's communications director wrote so is the bible mark pryor's compass providing the guidance to do what's best or is it not a good rule book for political issues and rules in the senate. guess it's which mark pryor you ask. they write that is an incredibly bizarre and offensive e-mail from the press secretary. we should all agree that america is better off when the public officials in both parties have the humility to seek guidance from god. marco ru
. power play goal. bill to tie it at 2. shark brad stewart off lead defense men with big traffic in front. courtesy with gentlemen and shark win the sixth in a row 4-2 so we could make ate bay area sweep of toronto tonight. seems only fitting that billy bean wheeling and dealing the past couple days. today named major league baseball executive of the year. despite one of the lowest payroll in mlba once won if the past two years. second time bean has won award given out by baseball america magazine. today bean acquired relief pitcher from san diego. he's very good addition. sent out field are smith to the pad in return. smith a valuable contributor as utility outfielder and he became expendible because the guys right there made a great throw in gentry acquired from this prospect michael choice and make a lot of moves. it will continue with winter meetings neck week. on to the nfl. seahawks made it mostly clear. the championship goes rate through seattle. they destroyed the saints last nature. seahawks different though when they are on the road. visit the 49 they are sunday. nin
on the defense ministry in yemen. at least 32 people were killed in the attack. the u.s. military has raised the status in that region. >>> president obama will propose reforms for the nsa after the allegations of snooping. the president spoke on msnbc "hardball" with chris matthews. >> i'll be proposing some self-restraint on the nsa and to initiate some reforms that can give people more confidence. >> the president said that people at the nsa generally are looking out for the safety of the american people and are not interested in reading e-mails and text messages. >>> good news about unemployment. it is a five-year low. it is down 0.3% from the month before. the economy added 203,000 new jobs. >>> encouraging news about the pilot whales stranded in shallow water in the florida evergrades. officials say most of the whales, at least 35 of them, were able to swim into deeper water on thursday. officials are now tracking them from boats and from the air. good news there. >>> well, prosecutors have decided not to bring charges against heisman trophy favorite jameis winston. the florida state q
? >> one attorney, lawrence taylor, the author of the book drunk driving defense said you cannot be prosecuted because you did not stop someone from engaging in criminal conduct. if someone is holding a gun and is about to shoot it and you don't pull it out of their hand, you cannot be held accountable. i think the police are overreaching. jonathan sill says for this case to progress it has to be the boys knew the person was drunk and that they knew the accident would happen. so there's a standard of proof that is very, very high. it would be very difficult for the state to say one of the boys' conduct actually caused the accident. other thing you're a parent, i thought about, how much responsibility is on the shoulder of the parent who some people if they want to be cynical would say why didn't you teach your kid not to overindulge and underage drink, if we're going to go that route of who's responsible. >> i'm not saying it's an easy case but i don't agree with the analogies the way they were presented. i won't say it's an individual with a gun in his hand. to the extent this d
falls asleep, that's a crime. as far as i can tell. >> but he may have a defense in there somewhere. i don't note legal arguments. but we do know that there was a lever or something inside the cab knowning cab known as the dead man's control. >> explain about that. >> it's a system by if the driver does have let's say a heart attack or major medical problem or falls asleep that he loses physical control and therefore he releases the control of this lever or pedal or whatever it is which automatically brings a train to a stop. the fact that didn't happen, this is really a legal question, would he therefore be able to say i wasn't really asleep? because if i was this thing would have automatically activated. >> i don't know if that helps him or if it hurts him. it sounds to me like he was not entirely asleep, he was in some level of consciousness. >> let me bring in a sleep specialist, michael bruce author of "the sleep doctor's diet plan". can you explain, a, what does this sound like to you? this term nodding off, does that mean somebody's asleep? >> well, it can. and then again it may
of pay attention to here is this ro bust defense that you are hearing from both of these key lawmakers of the intelligence community and sort of the scrutiny that they have been under since a lot of these disclosures from edward snowden, the nsa leaker. you heard that intelligence is very necessary to thwart these attacks. >> all right, it's frightening. it's also confusing. the assumption is we are getting better not that the space outpacing our efforts. we will unveil more later in our show. thank you, we appreciate it. >>> two americans are detained in north korea. the white house is demanding their release. one is an 85-year-old korean war vet detained since october a. video released over the weekend shows merrill newman reading an apology for crimes against the state. let's bring in cnn's barbara starr. she's at the pentagon watching this situation what do you know? >> reporter: good morning, chris. swedish diplomats have been able to visit newman, but his family, of course, wants him home. >> i can understand that in u.s. and western countries there is misleading information and
-time defense official is about to become the highest ranking woman at the pentagon. president obama selected christine fox to fill in as deputy defense secretary until a replacement for the post will be found. she was the inspiration behind the kelly mcgillis character in "top gun." >>> a dispute over lights threatened a long holiday tradition in a buffalo, new york neighborhood. business owners worried the city was ordering them to take down holiday lights but they say it was overblown, and the lights can remain. that's a relief to the business owners. >> the city sent us a letter stating the lights have to be erected and put up and taken down by a licensed contractor. we have to have million dollar policy on the lights and have the city of buffalo insured in case something happens. >> reporter: the holiday tradition has been going on there for more than 20 years. >>> if you are near the southern minnesota city of albert lee today, stop by the north bridge mall. while you are there, lend support to salvation army captain jim brickson. >> he started to ring his bell
why she feels she's on trial there. the defense is in effect -- we were given permission to use these cards, in part because she was on drugs. we were working long hours because she was on drugs. that becomes a crucial part of the defense here. if these jurors don't believe that she was abusing drugs, i think this case is over. if they do, it still doesn't mean they're getting off. >> it gets complicated because charles saatchi has recanted on his accusations. but there's e-mails that say, the assistants will get off because of her, nigella's, drug use. >> and that's what is so powerful here. although he does make a comment at the very end of that e-mail, suggesting that they still did it. but his powerful words in an e-mail, you can't take that away. you can say, yes, i didn't mean it. i meant it as hyperbole. i was trying to make a point. but those are powerful words. the question is whether the jurors are going to take it literally or not. but you can understand. she's sitting there on the stand, as we speak, why she feels like this isn't their trial. this is my trial. everyo
talks about automatic spending uts to the pentagon and the status of the defense authorization bill that's currently being worked on in congress. news makers every sunday at 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. eastern on c-span. >> afterwards, things escalate quickly. a moment that can seem so loving can just turn and flip and be so out of control. and this is one of those days the hidden with handgun and saying what's the deal? ou say i'm going take this and sell it because i need some money. on top of all of the other pressures, they had no money. the gun.eld ran in a room and came out with shotgun and really tried to jam it at her. and it would get her goat so uch that she would pull the trigger and kill him. what i described in the book, he wanted to.er, she "the return home" is only half of the story. follows the men of the second battalion, 16th infantry, sunday night at 8:00 on c-span's "q&a". republican mer presidential candidate john evan an and former senate bayh. they talk about bipartisanship in politicings. labels, co-chairs of no a national organization that works with members of con
's defense fund said the most heinous things about us. that's one side of the argument. the other side of the argument is that and this is -- something i'm debating between myself so please some acting so shocked and stunned. there are real policy -- >> i'm trying to understand. >> i just explained the first part to you. people like you said we were hateful human beings back in 1996. >> for the record i was in favor of that and we did it before bill clinton. >> the second part really quickly is, second part is this is a recession unlike most recessions, and i can tell you when my father was unemployed in the recession in the early 1970s and getting $40 a week for mississippi for unemployment benefits and got one bag of groceries and fill up one tank of gas, if somebody had told us over that year and a half and my danielle adams was driving around the southeast with all of us trying to find a job, somebody said we'll do you a favor and cut off your unemployment benefits we would say thank you so much but we're good. and my danielle adams -- my danielle adams was working his ass off. we
to let people know i am a great person and a sweetheart. if you cross me, i am very defensive. i like to protect my family and anyone i consider family so then you will see the harder side of me when it comes to my son and family i am such a mush. stuart: i want you to tell us how you convert your parents on reality tv, how do you convert that into real money, what are you doing? >> my sister, jennifer, the creator and executive producer of "mob wives," it is all about her for me. i have the store, my dress line, and jewelry. stuart: that is your line of clothing. it is delightful, by the way. a very specific style for you. >> it is online. hopefully it will be a store, but right now it is online. stuart: so you're branching out from the store to what else? >> i have two books. it is called how to use a meat cleaver. it is a family cookbook. charles: the question would be have you ever used a meat cleaver. >> i was inspired by a meat cleaver. to chop up a lobster, absolutely. my father's home. stuart: he was in prison. your ex-husband is in prison? >> my ex-husband is somewhere, from
attention both internally and extern externally from attackers. stuart: a word of defense for obamacare's website we had a report today that j.p. morgan's website was hacked and 465,000 pre-paid credit card accounts were hacked into. serious stuff in a private enterprise company. so we're not dealing with something that's easy to protect here? >> no, sir, no, sir, this is a very difficult proposition. fundamentally you're saying, i want millions of people to put their information in for a larger good, right? we want people to have a better quality of life here having access to health care, a noble goal, however, it's a risky proposition the way they're doing it by creating a website that's by design accessible to everyone in the united states. stuart: alex mcgeorge, thank you for joining us. >> my pleasure. stuart: and then we have ron burgundy and he's taking over the airwaves and his movie doesn't hit theaters for two weeks. my take on a marketing and entertainment phenom >> do you want my autograph? >> no, he was explaining who you were and i was looking at you. [laughter] is that wh
or even call the north american aerospace defense command starting on christmas eve to track santa's movements around the world, just to make sure he gets to everybody. we've had a sneak peek at one of santa's test flights, and i want you to take a look at it. it couldn't be more militarized than this year. what do you see? he's got a couple of fighters on his tail. santa has full fighter and radar escort. now, you know, it looks very yen okay with us, but some child isvocacy groups are concerned they say the militarization of this longstanding tradition may have gone just a little bit too far. we have more of the sneak peek of santa's test flight. i want to you have a listen. >> this is for santa claus, code name, big red one. intel can confirm that jack frost and the abominable snowman will not be a threat during this test flight. santa is most definitely not a threat. >> so the military told us that they did make it a little more realistic, a little more of a military operation this year. they wanted people to see what they really do. but again, some advocacy groups say, look, t
and defensive about the idea that they quote, unquote, need a man in their lives. and what happens is that oftentimes those same young women change their minds down the road, give them ten or 15 years, and the world looks very different in your 30s and 40s. so all the women pretty much over 30 are very happy and supportive of my message and i get all kinds of accolades and then the younger people really ball me out for lack of a better way of putting it. and i'm concerned. i think that that's a very dangerous place for them to be setting up thinking so negatively about men and marriage, only to find that it's going to affect the way they're making their plans down the road. >> where did that come from? feminists or where? >> yeah. it comes from the culture and it comes from their upbringing, having heard from a lot of moms from the '60s especially, that you should never depend on a man and make your way in life and it's all fine and great to be self-sufficient. i'm all about self-sufficiency. but if you're looking for lasting love or for marriage and by the way, i'm not suggesting
them pass a big defense policy bill they have been passing by the end of every year. this year they risked not passing it for the first time in more than five decades. >> talk about the latest jobs report. because that's pretty good news there, elise. 203,000 jobs added last month. unemployment rate down.3% to 7%. a five-year low. how much of a boost is this for president obama? >> in a way it's a huge boost. this is the third straight month of solid growth. growth across all sectors is great for the president. however, the debate we're watching now is whether unemployment benefits will continue. republicans immediately responded to that jobs report by saying hey, maybe we need to ease up on some of this federal health we've been giving to unemployed. democrats don't want to see that happen. they're ready to see this through before the end of the year when unemployment benefits would expire for about 1.3 million people. that would come around the holidays which would make it very difficult. i think that's what we're watching right now, how will this unemployment benefits packag
into the budget at the defense carbon. that's "washington journal was 7:00 live every day at a.m. on c-span. is thewireline world central circulatory system of our economy erie it is the veins and the arteries that connect what is the information economy in the united states. we are seeing data traffic increase at the rate of 40% the year. it is wireline networks that connect all forms of communication whether they originate in the wireline environment or a wireless environment. >> the future of the communications industry with walter mccormick, monday on "the communicators." >> i got upset with the press my mentaley covered in the first few meetings i had and then they never showed up anymore. then i was walking in the downsized lore in the white house and the woman who was one -- she said people mental health is just not a sexy issue. the mental health act of 1980 and what he said was involuntarily retired from the white house. >> first lady rosalynn carter, monday night at 9:00 eastern live on c-span and c-span three, >>pan radio and c-span.org. former secretary of state clinton cli
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